August 13th, 2020

Affinity Defined In This Greed-F*cked World


Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Rich man, Poor man, Beggar man, Politician
The following article defines the real world that is kept from us both by destroying and altering historical records and by lying to you 24-7 365.
The author leaves out a number of castes but it serves as a fine example of how deeply deceived we have been about the world we live in.

Explanation of Reptilians
Paul Stramer Lincoln County Watch
March 6, 2020
By Anna Von Reitz

I have a Yellow Labrador Retriever. Somewhere back in his canine family history there were sporting dogs known as "Pointers" --- these dogs developed the talent of "pointing" at game, especially birds, that we humans were too dull to perceive.
"The pheasant is over there. dummy!"
Pointers do this by coming to rapt attention when they detect the prey and by lifting their foreleg in the direction of the bird.
Well, my dog isn't a pointer, he's a purebred retriever, and his job is to go out and fetch the pheasant after my husband shoots it---- but when he is in the field, my dog still points when it suits his instincts. He will come to attention and lift his foreleg just like his Pointer ancestors, even though that isn't his job anymore.
In the same way, perfectly sane and mild-mannered Dachshunds, even Miniature Dachshunds, will go stark crazy when confronted with a badger.
They were bred and designed to do so, and yes, they will attack a badger whenever and however they happen to come upon one no matter how many generations of their own family have sat on laps and sprawled on cushions in drawing rooms.
This imprint, "Fight badgers!" has been as deeply ingrained in them as a Mongoose's instinct to fight snakes.

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